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Welcome to Silverware wiki

This Wiki should introduce and help in and on a project, RCGroups user silverxxx has started in september 2015. Have a nice reading!

Feel free to leave a comment right at the bottom of the start page.

To quick start, there is a readme in this Wiki that provides a short overview of what Silverware is capable of and how to use it.

Features

  • Acro mode
  • Level mode (switchable via TX channel or gestures, using stock TX)
  • Altitude Hold on Bwhoop B03 / FuriBee H801 boards
  • Telemetry via Bluetooth using SilverVISE
  • Telemetry using a DEVO and Bayang Telemetry Protocol (Telemetry support since the December '16 nightly builds of Deviation)
  • Telemetry using Taranis/9X/TH9X
  • Brushless motor Driver supporting PWM, PPM, Oneshot and DShot
  • Inverted flight capabilities on Floureon H101 / Eachine H8S and on brushless
  • Well suitable for custom builds, such as different frames, larger motors, Hexas, brushless. Most compatible boards are known to drive 8520 coreless motors without issues
  • PIDs tunable and storable via TX gestures
  • Switchable output to switch 'something' on and off during flight via TX (e.g. FPV gear)
  • Buzzer support for lost quad detection
  • 2S support for the green and blue H8 boards (don't use 1S brushed motors! For brushless only recommended, you might fry the FETs otherwise!Fried a H8mini_blue FC recently myself - perhaps not every batch is able to support 2S. So be WARNED!
  • SBUS input support
  • Silverware Brushless boards: Dedicated Brushless Silverware FC, Ian444's Silverlight FC
  • Auto-Bind feature: bound once, no need to rebind after battery change. UsageLimitations
  • Silverware especially designed for Whoop style quads:NotFastEnuf's Fork
  • Silverware especially designed for brushless:Yets' Fork

The quads everything started with

H8 minih8_3d_mini.jpgbwhoop.jpg

To get you an idea how to flash the boards, just watch the following videos

GigaDevice Boards (H8mini green boards and H8S red boards):

STM32 Boards ( all other )

\\    \\  ==== Silverware in RCGroups ====

Do you have questions? Feel free to ask in one of those threads!

Where to buy stuff?

We all no doubt know the joys of the slow boat from China but hey they are cheap and available at Banggood


If you have additional infos, suggestions or just want to tell us something, please leave a comment

Smithd391, 2017/10/07 00:18

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Ian444, 2017/12/25 21:15

Hi SirDomsen, I like this suggestion box! Thanks for adding keil bug page, it will help when the Silverware FC gets built.

A couple of suggestions: 1. Silverxxx's page that he wrote recently explaining config.h or general overview or something, I cannot find it now, maybe the link to it disappeared? 2. Down the left hand side of the start page, some headings are are in colour black and some are in blue, could you make them all black please?

Thanks for all this, Ian.

Sir Domsen, 2017/12/25 22:45, 2017/12/25 22:46

Thanks for the first (real) post here, Ian!

1. Done, link had disappeared somehow - thanks for finding! 2. Only possible, if I kill the links these blue headings include. I'd rather have one colour also but I think that's not possible. I already played with the thought to eliminate the links as the linked pages are more or less the same as the sidebar content (it's a leftover before the sidebar). What do you think?

Ian, 2017/12/29 02:10

If the blue headings contain a link that is not included below it, you could add a new link under it. For example, the “Brushless Setup” link could be replaced with a new addition below it named “Brushless overview”. Then the link from the “Brushless Setup” would not be needed. That is how I would do it. Some of them would be OK as they are because the main link is covered by the items below it.

Could we also have a black heading for the new silverware FC about to come into existence, the DIY one? Maybe, “DIY Silverware FC”?

Thanks.

Nur Rochim, 2018/01/10 08:43

Support eachine E013?

Sir Domsen, 2018/01/10 10:20

Most likely not, because if I can trust the Photos from the board in the net, it uses an incompatible MCU - sorry

bangkong, 2018/01/13 09:11, 2018/01/17 12:54

Thank you so much for sharing this great blog.Very inspiring and helpful too.Hope you continue to share more of your ideas.I will definitely love to read

Milner, 2018/01/22 05:06

Is it possible to flash the board (if you have physical access to the data pins) with the motors still attached, or will they interfere?

I have tried a board but it wouldn't connect. I had the motors still attached because they are soldered on, no connectors. Want to avoid having to resolder the tiny wires if it wasn't the issue.

Sir Domsen, 2018/01/22 09:39

For sure, motors can be left on. You need to power the board (which board btw?) by battery, then connect using STLink utility/Keil (assuming you're on Windows)

Milner, 2018/01/22 10:17

Its an E011 board if I remember correctly. It has been maybe four months since I set this aside after I couldn't get it to connect.

I've run through the different sequences layed here without luck: http://sirdomsen.diskstation.me/dokuwiki/doku.php?id=keilbug

I am using STLink/Keil, though I am not familiar with them. I have never done anything outside of Arduino/Teensy so I havn't delved into the available linux tools, though I'd prefer to use those if there were a breakdown of the steps for a dummy who doesn't have the time to learn all the ins and outs of it.

Milner, 2018/01/22 12:12

So, I feel a bit foolish for not assuming the worst.

The pinout on the programmer I have has two rows of pins, and the top one is labeled with the pins of the bottom row. I figured why not just throw caution to the wind and start plugging things in where they don't belong. That worked.

If your device won't connect, the pinout on the *PROGRAMMER* might be wrong too (not just on the board). Try the pins on the top AND bottom row, and save yourself.

scruffy1, 2018/03/01 03:30

the wiki is a great source ! for some noobie information and direction to hardware that will assist your journey, my blog post on it may help : https://www.rcgroups.com/forums/showthread.php?3039762-consolidated-references-for-micro-fpv-drone-resources

Paolo, 2018/03/12 08:22

Hi guys, what firmware for betafpv silverware FC???

Sir Domsen, 2018/04/19 13:00

Bwboop B03 from Silver13 GitHub page or NFE'S fork, see links section (soon)

Christophe, 2018/04/04 18:04

Hi Some notes for silverware E011 (and others probably) flash on linux

https://www.rcgroups.com/forums/showthread.php?3060011-Some-notes-for-silverware-E011-flash-on-linux

Thanks to everyone who made this possible Christophe

Alan, 2018/04/15 17:21
Hi,the project is really great! I am just thinking about is it possible to have RC car firmware support to JJRC H67 board ? If there's RC car or boat firmware , then the board can be multifunctional . Anyone knows where I can find thread about it? (I don't mean the 4 brushed motor boat project , it would be better to use one channel to move forward /backward, one channel for left/right. )
obat kanker paru-paru, 2018/06/07 09:22

http://jualherbal.id/pengobatan-kanker-paru-paru

obat kanker paru paru, 2018/06/09 06:44

http://jualherbal.id/pengobatan-kanker-paru-paru

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